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'''Roger Perry''' {{born|7|May|1933}} began acting in movies in 1958, and television a year later. Working steadily until the early nineties, he amassed nearly a hundred movie, series, and guest starring roles; many of the movies were made for television and B-movies. For twenty-five years, he was married to comedienne Joanne Worley, who is best known for her role in the ''{{w|Laugh-In}}'' comedy sketch show. Perry was a regular in ABC's crime series ''Arrest and Trial'' which ran for one season in 1963-1964, and had two episodes directed by [[Ralph Senensky]].
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'''Roger Perry''' {{born|7|May|1933}} began acting in movies in 1958, and television a year later. Working steadily until the early nineties, he amassed nearly a hundred movie, series, and guest starring roles; many of the movies were made for television and B-movies. For twenty-five years, he was married to comedienne Joanne Worley, who is best known for her role in the ''{{w|Laugh-In}}'' comedy sketch show. Perry was a regular in ABC's crime series ''Arrest and Trial'' which ran for one season in 1963-1964, and had two episodes directed by [[Ralph Senensky]] snd one by [[Robert Butler]]. Writers of the series included [[Max Ehrlich]] and [[Barry Trivers]].
   
 
==Appearances==
 
==Appearances==

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Roger Perry (born 7 May 1933; age 86) began acting in movies in 1958, and television a year later. Working steadily until the early nineties, he amassed nearly a hundred movie, series, and guest starring roles; many of the movies were made for television and B-movies. For twenty-five years, he was married to comedienne Joanne Worley, who is best known for her role in the Laugh-In comedy sketch show. Perry was a regular in ABC's crime series Arrest and Trial which ran for one season in 1963-1964, and had two episodes directed by Ralph Senensky snd one by Robert Butler. Writers of the series included Max Ehrlich and Barry Trivers.

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